Andrews, Lewis Feuilletean Wilson
Andrews, Lewis Feuilletean Wilson a Universalist minister, son of the Rev. John Andrews, a Presbyterian minister, was born in North Carolina, Sept. 7, 1802. He removed, when quite young, with his parents to Chillicothe, O.; was given a classical education; graduated as M.D. at the Transylvania University, Lexington,: Ky.; and for several years practiced as a physician in Cleveland, O., and about Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1830 he embraced Universalism; in 1831 was ordained a preacher of that faith; became pastor of the Second Universalist Church in 1832; labored in 1834 in Montgomery, Ala., as preacher, and editor of the Gospel Evangelist; in 1835 as pastor in Charleston, S. C.; in 1836-37 as senior editor of the Southern Pioneer and Gospel Visitor, Baltimore, Md.; and subsequently removed South and published the Evangelical Universalist. He died at Americus, Ga., March 16, 1875. Dr. Andrews was abundant in labors, in long and frequent missionary journeys; generous and free-hearted, naturally, energetic, profound, and able. See Universalist Register, 1876, p. 116.